Release Notes: All Formats documentation has been reviewed, particularly for Cluster, Group, Plane, and Direction objects. Attribute type has been replaced by reference in XML group elements. The code bridging GTK and OpenGL has been reviewed. The license for the source code and documentation has been changed to the GPLv3. sha256sum is used to checksum distribution tarball files.
Release Notes: This release includes all the Marching-Cubes / Tetra-Cubes 3D and 2D code needed to render solid orbitals. The 2D code is already debugged and working. New GAMGI mirrors have been added. This release adds structure and info files for beta-quartz, beta-cristobalite, and beta-trydimite.
Release Notes: All Hydrogen based orbitals from 1s to 6h are now working fine in GAMGI, as clouds of dots above a given density. Default values for threshold density, number of points, and sampling radius were extensively studied for all orbitals to guarantee scientific correctness and optimal visual representations. Solid representations of these orbitals and complex charge descriptions of molecules and crystals, obtained from ab-initio calculations done with other computer packages, are planned to go next.
Release Notes: This release adds all the Laguerre and Legendre functions needed to build Hidrogen-based atomic orbitals up to 5g, in xyz coordinates. It has been successfully tested with dotted models of s,p,d,f,g Hydrogen based orbitals up to 5g. It has good algorithms to build surface models of orbitals. There is an initial version of the dialog Orbital->Create. This release fixes two bugs on importing/exporting clusters and groups to XML files.
Release Notes: This release fixes a serious bug in all gamgi_engine_filter functions which could result in crashes, namely in Plane->Create and Direction->Create. Group_>Modify is now fully working with objects and lists of objects, making this the first release in which all dialogs support lists of objects. This release adds structure and information files for 16 of the most important cooper oxide superconductors.
Release Notes: Arbitrary lists of crystallographic families of (hkl) planes and [uvw] directions can now be easily created, for all models supported, with Plane->Create and Direction->Create. Arbitrary lists of Planes and Directions (previously selected with Plane->Select and Direction->Select) can now be handled exactly as a single object, with Plane->Modify and Direction->Modify. It fixes a few bugs.
Release Notes: Lists of arbitrary objects can now be exported, exactly as any other object currently selected. A Help->Tips entry has been added to the Help menu, covering important advice to increase GAMGI usability. All the information has been udpated for Plane->Create, Plane->Modify, Direction->Create, and Direction->Modify. Plane->Modify and Direction->Modify have been rewritten, and are now working with lists of Planes and Directions, still in a reduced, provisory mode. Several important crystalline structures have been added to /dat/cell/structures.
Release Notes: This release fixes space groups 119, 120, 121, and 122. It solves a problem with interactive handling lists of recursive objects. It fixes new and old bugs in light scaling, Layer->Modify, Plane->Create. It fixes a bug in the ClCs tutorial, and fixes outdated interstice cell data files. XML and info text data files have been created for the most relevant CFC, BCC, and HCP derived crystalline structures. A dialog has been implemented to generate lists of families of crystallographic planes. A unique task identifier has been implemented to, in the future, handle operations such as drawing in a safer way.
Release Notes: Global lists of pre-selected objects can now be rotated, translated, and scaled exactly as before for a local single object. (To grab focus for a list of objects, just press the mouse middle button over the corresponding object class button, in the main menu, and then over the Gamgi button.) All the local and Web documentation for the Object->Copy and Object->Link dialogs was updated.
Release Notes: The GAMGI code now compiles fine with SINGLE_INCLUDES and SEAL_ENABLE enabled, so migrating to GTK-3.0 should be relatively easy. Minor GUI bugs were fixed in all Object->Copy and Object->Link dialogs. Polygon data imported from XML files is now properly checked. The Help files were updated for the Object->Copy, Object->Select, and Object->Link dialogs, and Help->Current and Help->Topic were updated accordingly. XML formats were changed for polygon Planes and line Directions and the dat/ files were updated accordingly. Objects can now be rotated, moved, and scaled in all open windows simultaneously.